Cape Kayak Camino kicks off 2019 season. (23/1/2019)
The new Cape Kayak Camino Tour in Plettenberg Bay in the Garden Route, South Africa, which was featured in the prestigious Getaway Magazine issue of November 2018, has started its first season, running from the beginning of January to the end of June, with four departures a week. The two day / one night overnight kayak tour is run on the magnificent Plettenberg Bay, Bitou and Keurbooms Lagoon Estuary and includes the majestic Keurbooms Gorge. The tour is on offer from REAL CAPE ADVENTURES cc, South Africa's pioneering sea kayak company and the brainchild of Johan Loots, author of an international sea kayak guide book available worldwide in five major languages and a winner of two national design awards for his kayak designs. The Cape Kayak Camino Tour, which is a spin-off of a similar five day kayak tour inspired by Loots which is run in Spain on the famous Santiago de Compostela Camino, is geared towards local and international travelers of all ages and abilities, offering them a unique glimpse of the famed Garden Route, with an emphasis on enjoying the serenity and fragile beauty of the remaining wilderness in the area. The guided tour is fully catered and offers paddlers a gourmet picnic lunch en route, a traditional South African dinner in the evening and a hearty breakfast on the second day. All camping and kayak equipment are included in this memorable mini tour which can be included in any itinerary. Agents and tour operators as well as independent travelers and locals are welcome to make enquiries and book on email@example.com or phone +27 825562520 or +27 829203696. See www.realcape.co.za for more.
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